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Re: [Xen-users] different vlans in a domU

Le Wed, Nov 21, 2007 at 06:29:46PM +0100, Sebastian Reitenbach 
[sebastia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] a écrit:
> I added a bridge1 in the dom0, created a vlan interface on the dom0, added 
> that to the bridge1. Then I added a second interface to the domU, assigned 
> it to the bridge1.
> Now I have a bridge0, where I can communicate with untagged vlan packets, 
> and a bridge1 that allows me to communicated with the domU with tagged vlan 
> packets. 
> For all the vlan's I want to use, I have to create a bridge interface on the 
> dom0.
> This is working.

That's only way I managed to get VLANs to work with vifs.

A few months ago, there was a thread on the subject, there is some MTU
limit in the vif code that don't allow tagged frames (that are larger
thant 1500 bytes) to go through.

Dominique Rousseau 
Neuronnexion, Prestataire Internet & Intranet
57, route de Paris 80000 Amiens
tel: 03 22 71 61 90 - fax: 03 22 71 61 99 - http://www.neuronnexion.fr

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